By Sydney Maher
2. Prepare ice-water, room water, and hot water baths.
3. Prepare a temperature probe and gas pressure sensor for data collection.
4. Prepare Logger Pro.
5. Collect pressure vs. temperature data for gas sample (First cold water, than room temperature water, and than hot water).
6. When finished with collecting data, click stop.
7. Examine the graph.
- When the beaker was put into the cold water, it was more difficult to sink. Although, when the beaker was placed in the hot water it was way easier to push it to the bottom.
- I noticed as the pressure increased, so did the temperature.
- I also noticed in the data that when the pressure and temperature increased, the constant increased as well.